Angkor Wat Trip

We are a team of professional and experienced guides, from well to excellent English speaking, licensed by Cambodia's Ministry of Tourism.

Tel/WhatsApp: +855 12 910 578


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Airports Security Information

The following information will help you get through airport security checkpoints faster and on your way to relax at the sterile area before boarding your flight.

Things to do before you arrive at the check-in counter

Passengers are advised to pack Security Restricted Items for hand luggage check-in and LAGs (Liquids, Aerosols and Gels) items appropriately before arriving at the airport.

  1. Passengers are advised to pack their own bag.
  2. Passengers are advised to pack their sharp objects in the check-in baggage to avoid delay at the security screening checkpoint first floor after immigration clearance.
  3. Any sharp objects in check-in baggage should be sheathed or wrapped to prevent injury to security officers and baggage handlers.
  4. Pack your personal LAGs (Liquids, Aerosols and Gels) in containers of 100 ml each and pack them into a 20cm x 20cm size transparent plastic re-sealable bag with a maximum not exceeding 1 liter and keep it in your check-in baggage.
  5. If you think you are carrying dangerous goods in your check-in baggage, please declare or ask advice from the check-in agent or airline representative.
Prohibited Items in Carry-On Luggage

A number of items are prohibited from being carried into the cabin of an aircraft or through a screening checkpoint because they are considered a security risk: knives, guns and ammunition, toys and replicas, explosives, scissors with blades, manicure scissors, tools, knitting needles, crochet hooks, corkscrews, crossbows and spear guns, sporting goods, chemical, some household products, etc.

Security Awareness

If you see baggage or items left unattended that you believe might be a threat to your safety or your fellow travelers, please report to the airport security hotline +855 (0)15 644 041 for immediate action.

DO: Cooperate with Security Officer
  1. Take your laptop out of its case and separate it in a tray for x-ray screening.
  2. Take out your LAGs (Liquids, Aerosols and Gels) bag and place it separately into a tray for x-ray screening.
  3. Take off your jackets, coats, metallic items such as belt, watch, coin, wrist watch, etc., and place them in a tray for x-ray screening.
  4. To avoid unclaimed items at the security screening checkpoint, place all small and valuable items into your hand carry-on bag before you proceed to the screening checkpoint.
  5. Empty all contents of your pockets into a tray provided by screening staff before proceeding to the walk through metal-detecting device (WTMD).
  6. Let screening staff know if you have any medical conditions that might be affected by the screening.
  7. Hand over any prohibited items and weapons to the screening staff at the security screening checkpoint or dispose of them at the container provided in front of the WTMD.

In certain circumstances, you will be asked to take part in a pat-down or frisk search or to remove some items of clothing.

  1. Make jokes about bombs or security threats, as it is a serious offense at Cambodia International Airports.
  2. Pack sharp objects such as knives, scissors, corkscrews, or sharp objects in your hand carry-on bag.
  3. Refuse screening.
  4. Leave your hand carry-on bag unattended at any time.

If you refuse to be screened or have the frisk or pat down search when requested, you will not be allowed to board your flight.

Customs Procedure:

No restriction on electrical devices such as PC, camera, GPS, etc. A maximum of USD 10,000.- or equivalent is allowed. Exceeding amounts must be declared on arrival. An incoming passenger is eligible for the following duty-free concessions.

  • Two liters of wine (1)
  • 400 cigarettes, 100 cigars, or 400 grams of tobacco (2)
  • 350 milliliters of perfume and ornaments
  • Medicine for own personal cure
  • Other materials and tools with limited quantity needed for traveling and not categorized as prohibited goods

Passengers aged less than 18 years do not have eligibility to bring in the goods as specified in number 1 and 2 above.

Cats and dogs must be accompanied by Veterinarian Good Health and Rabies Inoculation Certificate issued at the port of origin. Visitors are prohibited from carrying antiques or Buddhist reliquaries out of the country. Souvenir stand purchases, like Buddhist statues and trinkets, can be taken out of the country.

It is prohibited for any visitor to bring into Cambodia the followings:

  • Weapons, explosives and inflammable objects. 
  • Opium and other narcotics.
  •  Cultural materials unsuitable to Cambodia’s society.

Goods worth the equivalent to or greater than US$100 shall be subjected to pay customs duties and taxes.
If the customs value of goods is in excess of US$300, they must be declared in the Customs Declaration Form. If it is less than US$300, the goods must be declared in the Non-commercial Customs Declaration Form.

Temporary imported goods are required to be authorized before the importation by the General
Department of Customs and Excise.

There are no currency restrictions on import of foreign currencies to Cambodia by passengers
(including delegates, guests, entities, or natural persons) although declaration is required for the sums of over US$10,000.00 (ten thousand US dollars) or the equivalent in a foreign currency. In so doing, it will facilitate the passengers for bringing back their money upon their return.

The importation of prohibited goods must be accompanied by a valid license issued in advance by the relevant authorities and an import permit by the General Department of Customs and Excise.
When imported, strictly prohibited weapons, explosives and ammunition, and other military equipment, must be escorted with a valid license from the Ministry of Interior or the Ministry of National Defense and an import permit from the General Department of Customs and Excise.